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Use ur xp cd and try repairing ... use the FIXBOOT command in the recovery console .... Not to worry much its just the boot.ini file which has corrupted ..
Posted on Dec 24, 2007
Hey agent perry, your computers might be B.S.O.D 'ing. try pressing F8 during startup, you see the safemode meun, choose to diable automatic restart opon system failure. that should give you an error code and a Bule Screen Of Death, and google search that code number like 0x0000007b, and that should give you the cause of the problem, most likey it sounds like a hard driver issue, good luck!
Posted on Dec 20, 2007
Choose the windows normal node and let it sit for a long time, it will take a while but should come up, if this does not work shut down compuer, unplug it, let sit 20 sec. turn computer back on and hit the esc key, as soon as the computer starts. choose and save bois, and restart computer. this should work.
Posted on Dec 19, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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